Nelson™ Cane Bench

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Designed by George Nelson, produced by Herman Miller®
While its more austere predecessor – with wooden slat seat – was designed by George Nelson to discourage guests from lingering in his office, the comfortable Nelson Cane Bench (1952) is sure to encourage any visitor to stay. Offering a pleasing mix of materials, the richly textured cane is surrounded by a wood frame, and stands on metal legs. Because the cane is taut but gives ever so slightly, this bench is ideally suited for use as a seat, table, or both. This is the authentic Nelson Bench produced by Herman Miller.

Designer and Original Production Date
George Nelson, 1952

General Dimensions
- Available Widths: 48", 60", 72"
- Depth: 18.5"
- Height: 14"

- Top: Frame finish is solid maple or walnut with a clear coat with a natural cane insert
- Base: Metal legs available in trivalent chrome or black

Additional Notes
- Ships ready to assemble 
- 5-year warranty
- Serves as a bench, display platform, or low table in living areas, lounges, libraries, or offices
- Available with adjustable glides on the metal base

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